‘Friends of Wemyss Bay Station’

I have always loved all-things Scottish and Wemyss Bay Station (pronounced weems) is no exception. This Rail Station on the West Coast of Scotland is famous for its wonderful displays of flora over the years, winning many awards for the best kept station in these parts. The station was designed by James Miller and built in 1903 for the Caledonian Railway and is still fully functioning today. You can also catch a Steamer here for The Western Isles. The Station’s renown floral showings were once nurtured soley by the station staff, but these days a loyal band of folk known as ‘Friends of Wemyss Bay Station’ are ready devotees to its old world charm.  ‘Friends of Wemyss Bay Station’ can be found at: www.friendsofwemyssbaystation.webs.com

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a photographer, writer and blogger, a studio and press photographer since the mid 1960's, first published writings in 1974
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